Jabeur’s return to remove the Wimbledon final and world No. 1 to Sabalenka

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the Tunisian Ounce Jabeur28 years old and No. 6, had the patience and confidence to make it to his second Wimbledon final, third Grand Slam, after losing last season’s Grand Slam on grass, against the Kazakh Elena Rybakina, and at the US Open, against the Polish Iga Swiatek.

The African was found against the ropes with 6-7, 2-4 and a serve from the rival, who added ten points in a row in one attack. But he stayed and successfully tested the Belarusian’s nerves Aryna Sabalenka24 years old and No. 2, faced with an extreme situation.

For Sabalenka It is not only reaching what will be her first final at the All England Club, but also climbing next Monday to WTA world number 1, which will keep the Polish club at the 68th in a row that week. Iga Swiatekranked since April 4, 2022. Third longest ranking streak.

Jabeur ended up imposing its stability on life to the limit of blows to the head or tail of Sabalenkaburdened with that purpose by No. 1 despite the fact that he had a great Grand Slam experience becoming the Australian Open champion.

Expired Jabeur 6-7 (5), 6-4 and 6-3 in 2h.20′. This Saturday (3:00 pm) there will be a new Wimbledon and Grand Slam champion. He faces the Czech lefty Marketa Vondrousova24 years old and nº 42, who resoundingly defeated the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina6-3 and 6-3.

The fourth Czech in a Wimbledon final, Olympic silver medalist and junior world No. 1 at the time, dominating the series with Jabeur in the WTA by 2-1 (3-3 in the combined counting of other circuits and WTA). vondrousova He beat the North African this season at the Australian Open (6-1, 5-7, 6-1) and Indian Wells (7-6, 6-4), although he lost on grass at Eastbourne 20216-3 and 7 – 6(4).

Source: La Verdad

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